Soul Calibur Sells 1 Million

The Dreamcast version of Soul Calibur sells a million copies worldwide - Namco to release new VMU downloads.

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Namco has officially announced that Soul Calibur for the Dreamcast has sold a million copies worldwide. In celebration of this feat, the company's Japanese web site will let users download new VMU minigames.

"Text Adventure: Shenhua's Story" lets users play through a mini digital novel with Shenhua as the main character. The "Mini-Game 3 Pack" features minigames; in one, the player controls Voldo and prevents him from dropping the treasure chest. When you beat the minigames, you will be treated to a surprise.

The download service will be available on Namco's Japanese official web site sometime this week.

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ChiefFreeman

Yea, sweet. Very few Dreamcast titles sold over a million.

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gjb-sensei

Excellent.